Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook review Justin Thomas‘ closing flourish that brought PGA Championship glory and review the Wyndham Championship that will lock in the field for the FedExCup playoffs. While Henrik Stenson and Kevin Kisner are among a few big names in Greensboro, the real focus is on the 125-man cutoff line for playoff eligibility.
Golf: With the last of golf’s major trophies now in Justin Thomas’ possession, focus shifts this week to a pair of cups – the PGA Tour’s playoff push and the LPGA’s transatlantic showdown.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook dive deep into the PGA Championship, where the career Grand Slam quest of Jordan Spieth goes up against Rory McIlroy‘s mastery at Quail Hollow Club. Hideki Matsuyama also is in the conversation after last week’s impressive triumph at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.
The PGA Championship brings a captivating 2017 major championship season to its finish this week at Quail Hollow Club. After the intrigue presented by the year’s first three majors, there’s hope and promise that the finale will be just as unforgettable.
Golf: While Jordan Spieth seeks the career Grand Slam this week, the PGA Championship announces a move to May starting in 2019. The domino effect sends The Players back to March.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview the WGC Bridgestone Invitational, where Dustin Johnson seeks a third straight World Golf Championships crown and Jordan Spieth tunes up ahead of trying to complete the career Grand Slam at next week’s PGA Championship. They also look at this week’s Women’s British Open and review Bernhard Langer‘s third senior major title of 2017.
Back in its accustomed slot on the PGA Tour calendar with the PGA Championship to follow, the WGC Bridgestone Invitational provides a formidable challenge as the lead-in to the season’s final major.
Golf: As Bernhard Langer heads back across the Atlantic with his 10th senior major title, Rory McIlroy heads into the 2017 stretch run without his longtime caddie.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook look ahead to the final round of the Open Championship, where Jordan Spieth has opened a gap of three shots over Matt Kuchar and no fewer than six over everyone else. Can anyone mount a Sunday charge at Royal Birkdale to keep the Texan from a third major title?
The Travelers Championship returns to its usual slot following the U.S. Open, after a one-year hiatus to help make scheduling room for the Olympics. Jim Furyk probably wouldn’t mind if it had stayed in the new slot, leaving with the PGA Tour’s historic first 58 in the final round.